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of the shooting, the fbi was also monitoring conway's actions as part of its counter intelligence program known as cointelpro. numerous groups have campaigned for years calling for marshall eddie conway's release. in 2001, even the baltimore city council passed a resolution urging the governor of maryland to pardon him. conway remained politically active in prison. in 2011, ak press published his memoir titled "marshall law: the life and times of a baltimore black panther." in prison he also started friend of a friend, group that helps young man, often gang members, resolve conflicts. it is affiliated with the american friends service committee. marshall eddie conway joins us from baltimore, less than 24 hours after being released from prison. also with him, his attorney bob boyle. we welcome you both to democracy now! eddie conway, how does it feel to be free? >> i'm not sure yet. i'm still getting adjusted. i actually haven't slept at all. that i am enjoying the new environment. >> you must have been shocked yesterday in a nondescript courtroom when the judge announced you were free. >> yes.
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immigration papers and passed an fbi background check which found she committed no criminal offenses. that should make everyone feel really secure, your health records will be just fine under obama care. let's check on our feedback results. should government have a role in reducing obesity? right now, 52% of you say yes. 48% say no. what do you all think? >> it's the way it's worded. government should play a role along with parents and schools and communities and all of us. >> rick, quickly. >> i look to converting to 52% to a more -- >> thank you to margo and rick. the debate continues online at cnn.com/crossfire, as well as facebook and twitter. >> join us tomorrow for another edition of "crossfire" aaron burnett "outfront" starts right now. >>> next, the president gets personal about in america. getting high and the shooting deaths of trayvon martin and jordan davis. >>> plus the former head of the cia warns vladimir putin may be on the verge of going on the extreme. will he use military force? >>> response to our interview with ted nugent. will the texas gubernatorial candidate e
employees and patients. the fbi raided this health-care company and a dozen other businesses. the government is cutting him medicaid payments to the company and other companies that are suspicious. that means no pay for thousands of workers. they plan to organize a protest. >> president obama delivered a statement about the crisis in the ukraine. you watched it right here. the president called in russia to pull back military forces. thatdent obama warned there would be cause for military intervention. rebecca cooper is following the latest developments and will have much more on this coming up at 6:00 tonight. to getther is fighting medical marijuana approved in the state of maryland. she says that it will help her twin boys who are battling severe epilepsy. colorado gave this to her daughter and says it helped with her seizures. >> time now to check on the traffic situation tonight. here's the traffic center with the details on this friday. hi, bob. >> a couple of problems on i-95 in maryland southbound at the 212 grade there was a crash that should be out of the roadway now. still, a lot o
a couple other things, including in new information that the fbi had a mole inside of al qaeda who met with osama bin laden eight years prior to 9/11. sources are telling nbc news, the mole, quote, knew he planned to finance terror attacks, but the bureau declined to tell investigators or the commission about the mole. so if the u.s. had a mole who knew about the planned attacks, should that have helped stop september 11th? >> i really don't think so. we have to look at the dates that were involved here. and the fbi did have this source, this source had met bin laden once. but the source really ran. they were getting information from 1993 until 1995. and he was very regrettably killed in 1995 in bosnia by al qaeda, because they believed he was, and in fact he was, a cia source at that point. so i think what this story, which was some great reporting, i think, really shows was that in that period, '93, '95, there was still significant dysfunction between some of the u.s. intelligence organizations. the fbi and cia. but frankly, that's not a huge surprise. that's a lot of what caused 9/1
and the september 11th terror attacks. reports today a fbi source was in contact with osama bin laden back in 1993. that mole apparently learned that bin laden was looking to finance terror attacks in this country even then. the feds contact apparently helped prevent another attack in los angeles in the mid 1990s. >>> a baby born in a new york minute. a tv crew capturing the special delivery on a manhattan sidewalk. the mother says she was trying to hail a cab to get to the hospital but her baby just didn't wait. linda schmidt with our fox affiliate has the story. >> oh, she is precious. >> reporter: the last time that i saw little ila and her mom and dad was on third avenue yesterday. polymccourt had gone into labor, and her doorman was trying to hail her a cab to get to lennox hill hospital. >> he was trying desperately to hail a cab. a lady walked out in front and hailed a cab and got into it. i went no, that's my cab. i want that cab! but poly's labor was so fast she didn't have time to get into that cab. so she sat right down on third avenue and 68th street, her door man propped up her back t
with more than two decades experience in the fbi disagrees. >> it's almost as if the family is asking them to look into the mindset of miss kerry and cry to understand what she was thinking. that's almost an insurmountable task for these officer. >> reporter: clark added they have one mission in washington d.c. and they will go to great lengths to protect everyone involved. neither agency would comment on the kerry incident citing the ongoing investigation. >> it is absolutely a different location. when you think about it, you know, what's going through these officer's mind, what is ground zero if you're indeed a terrorist? it would be washington d.c., the white house, the capitol. >> reporter: both clark and the kerry family are dealing with a lot of unknowns that left washington d.c. on lockdown for a short time. what they do know is this key to investigating all this would be to determine exactly how it started at that white house security post. just how fast was kerry going and was she driving aggressively. if that video exists it's still not published. >> there's no cameras that can t
. and he blamed the fbi. and later in may of 2013, in november of 2012. >> there is no consequence. >> none. >> james clapper lied to senator biden in the u.s. senate and there is nothing on that. do you know what happens if you lie in traffic court? can you get in trouble. you can go up on capitol hill. senator, nice to see you, sir. >> thank you. okay, we want to hash it out. president george w. bush is in the news tonight. politico tweeting former president george w. bush to make his formal debut as an artist this spring. president bush takes painting lessons once a week and portfolio already includes pets, landscapes and a jay leno portrait. president bush's paintings will go on display in april at the bush presidential library in dallas. and an embarrassing moment for two world leaders, netanyahu actually gives german chancellor stash. of course the unfortunate photo was not intentional, it happened when the israeli prime minister pointed across the stage casting a shadow across angela merkel's face. use #greta on all your tweets and posts. straight ahead you can imagine anything costi
. the washington times had a freedom of information request and they got it. the fbi believed that that fight was fixed and they have all different types of characters from the mob world, a big gambler, ash resnic, all involved in this. bob, you're a big boxing guy. you watch that fight, all eight rounds, as upsetting and shocking as it was, was it fixed? >> look, it may have been fixed. but there was no question he was beaten. ali killed the guy. there was no fix in this thing. if anybody had it fixed, they had a pretty bad bet on their hands because ali was right, he didn't have a mark on his face. liston looked uglier than when he went in the ring. ali was the single greatest fighter in the history of the world, and he knocked the hell out of him. >> you know, he quit on his stool, eric, with a torn shoulder, and x-rays revealed he had a torn muscle. >> anyone who thinks professional boxing isn't fixed or wasn't fixed, maybe not now but then, is foolish. yes, ali was the greatest fightser of his time. then came along mike tyson. clearly, in my opinion, the best fighter to step in a ring. y
to the doorstep including the irs and fbi and osha and bureau of alcohol, tobacco, and firearms. at last count rings there's been in the last three years, that 25-plus investigations or inquiries into my personal business. now, this morning, as many of you know, i'm sure, the co-founder of tea party patriots is testifying before congress on the same types of irs abuse and targeting that this administration is now looking to legalize, to codify. we've started a website, and i have a call to action for you this morning. we started a website called we will not be sleepsed -- wewillnotbesilenceed.org. i'll lay it out quickly. the irs has attempted to write into law regulations that will so stifle political speech that it will change unalterably the landscape of nonprofit organizations, much of which the type you belong to here in this room. standard levels of voter education and engagement will be made illegal in these regulations if they are allowed to pass. there is a window of time for citizen comment, and that window ends tonight at midnight. tonight at midnight. go to wewillnotbesilenceed.org
of the federal government that found their way to my doorstep, including the irs, fbi, at last count, there've been in the past three years, 25 plus audits or investigations into my personal business. now, this morning, as many of you know some tea party pages are testifying before congress on the same types of irs abuse and targeting that this administration is now looking to legalize, and i have a call to action for you. we started a website called w ewillnotbesilent.org. let me lay this out for you very quickly. the irs has attempted to write into law regulations that will stifle political speech that it will change the landscape of nonprofit organizations, many which are of the type you belong to in this room. a standard levels of voter engagement will be made illegal in these regulations, if they are allowed to pass. there is a window of time for citizens to comment. that window ends tonight at midnight. tonight at midnight. if you go to the website you can leave your comments for the irs. at last count, there were over 100,000 comments. let me tell you why this is important. it is a p
to individuals charge, which we refer all issues to the fbi and then they move in, and they did their investigation and, ultimately, this determines whether or not a crime is committed, and we believe ensuring those individuals are held accountable to the fullest extent of the law. >> do you have the numbers how many are prosecuted in a way and then discipline and then prosecution. >> i don't have that information with me currently, but i can provide that for the record. >> do you have that? >> yes. >> thank you. any studies on the effects of solitary confinement on recidivism and early entry? >> there's been no stoids as a result of the hearing conducted in 2012 when that was presented to me, and we have not participated in any type of study. we dprea to undergo the analysis that's take b place right now with cna, and hopefully from that review, we'll have some insight, but, senator, i have to add, when you are looking at recidivism, that will require a long period of time to assess when you're looking at the number of individuals who have since been released and impact on reci
've contact the fbi in case this is connected to the occupy movement. officials are also telling residents to tight been security and lock cars and doors and keep cars and valuables secure. this follows, of course, the growing protests in san francisco against the tech wealthy and the battle over the commuter buses for tech workers all a sign that the occupy movement may be morphing from wall street to silicon valley, of course, where the real wealth is these days, sara >> it's a story that we'll definitely continue to follow. robert frank, good to see you. >> thanks. >>> in light of the massive breach at consumer data at target, the company that secured the networks are basically in an arms race to scoop up the most innovative and most valuable companies in the space. eamon javers is live at the rsa security conference in san fran, has some of the cybersecurity plays that we should be watching. eamon, name some names for us? >> reporter: absolutely, sara. this is a little bit early in the morning here but this place is going to be packed later on today. we've got tens of thousands of the
their lawyers involved and helping us and later contacted the fbi. >> then it became even more dark, not just about money. preside the fbi is now involved. where is the investigation at this point? >> i'm not really allowed to speak of the actual investigation with him, but the fact of the matter is that my story is just one of thousands if not millions. it's a $32 billion industry. >> you're talking about human trafficking? >> human trafficking in general, yeah. >> i just want to be clear here for everybody. did it become ab human trafficking, not just sort of another money scam? >> because there was no money involved. there was no way he would have gotten money from us. like, it was a legitimate -- in terms of the business, he was offering to pay us in the contract he gave us. he wasn't going to get money or anything like that out of us. >> what do you think would have happened if you would have gone over there? >> i mean, that's something in a horror movie. that's the reality of it. i wouldn't be sitting here talking to you. let's put it that way. >> scary thought there. certainly an awful
to keep law-abiding americans safe. according to the fbi, in 2012, 95 law-enforcement officers were killed in the line of duty incidents. and 52,901 officers were victims of line of duty assaults. 52,901. the new york times in 2012 observed, quote, as violent crime has decreased across the country, a disturbing trend has emerge. rising numbers of police officers being killed. in 2008, 41 officers were killed. 41. in 2009, 48 officers were killed. in 2010, 56 officers were killed. in 2011, 72 officers were killed and in 2012, 95 officers were killed. unfortunately, as byron york noted today the new york times has not reported on the controversial nomination of debo adegbile to head that doj civil rights division. it is out of respect for all of our nation's police officers that i rise to oppose mr. adegbile's nomination. under adegbile's leadership and supervision the naacp legal defense fund brazenly politicized the murder of a philadelphia police officer, officer daniel faulkner. on december 9th, 1981, 25-year-old officer faulkner was murdered by wesley cook who is widely known as mamia a
, the cia, the fbi, security experts, airline companies, boeing, the flight attendants and pilots' union. now the results are out and nobody is moving on it. >> let's get this done. you want this second barrier. how much would it cost? >> the secondary barrier that united all right installed cost $3500. the airlines spend over a million on other things. it's not a cost. i met with safety and security guys with united and he said it's not cost. it's not the weight. it's simply that it has not been mandated and th mandated and that they're following tsa procedures. but just a short time ago they wanted to reintroduce knives on airplanes. this is who we're taking the lead from? we need to have it mandated. i went to my congressman. also went to my senator in pennsylvania. i am proud of my pennsylvania delegates because they are standing up to safety and security. there is is a bill in the house and senate. >> yeah. how can we help you? >> call their congressmen and senator. they have to hear from the american people. minimum safety regulations and rules and procedures. it's just not accepta
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